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Can’t See a White Cat

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More great color idioms, this time from Serbo-Croatian: In that language, a phrase that translates as “I can’t see a white cat” means “I’m very tired,” and to “stare like a calf at a colorful door” means to “look upon something with surprise and wonder.” This is part of a complete episode.

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